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  •  i've already written tcp (5+ / 0-)

    said 2 things- what are they doing for the families of the dead and for the injured and their families?

    also asked if they'd start a made in the usa line. even if it's a limited portion of their selection, and even if it were expensive, i'd buy it.

    I really have been a faithful customer- not just for my own kids, but for their little friends' birthday presents, too. and they're great for premie sizes. when my friend's grandson was born I went in to buy a few premie oufits and I left w/ a TON for the little guy. couldn't stop myself.

    not too long ago we brought my daughter's best friend to pick out her own birthday presents. they were so cute on their little shopping spree.

    if they don't handle this right they will be losing me as a lifelong customer. I know my kids will outgrow the store, but i'm always buying for baby showers.

    fine- i'll get a sewing machine. having traumatic flashbacks to that sundress I made in home ec. had to wear it to school. my kids are going to hate me.

    "...i also also want a legally binding apology." -George Rockwell

    by thankgodforairamerica on Wed May 01, 2013 at 11:02:31 AM PDT

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